|Skratch - China Blue, NeuroPop|
"Skratch," 2006 Exhibited at the Acoustical Society of America's annual meeting. "Skratch" is a 7.1 surround sound installation which was created from a recording of an actual pool game played with friends. The piece utilizes the 7.1 format which has 6 primary speakers that are used to represent the 6 pockets of the pool table. The ball sounds are heard from the appropriate speaker when the ball drops into a pocket...
Keywords: Skratch; Acoustical Society of America; Neuropop
|Aqua Alta - China Blue, NeuroPop|
The sound installation Aqua Alta is a study of Veniceâs dependence on and the threat of water. Aqua Alta submerges the listener in the sounds and the effect of the water on Venice. What is heard are the sounds from the water's edge and underwater recordings, the structural creaks of the gondolas and sounds of water flowing around and under them as they float through the lagoon. Splashes and deep wave sounds of water lapping on the buildings and stairways at the water's edge, and the sounds of t...
Keywords: aqua alta; venice biennale; aquatic acoustics; Venice architecture biennale
|Eiffel Tower - China Blue, NeuroPop|
When science, architecture and art meet: Artist China Blue discovers music in the vibrations of the Eiffel Tower These are some of the original recordings. Since 1889, the world has assumed they knew the famous Eiffel Tower in Paris, France. Artist China Blue has proven them wrong. In October of 2007, China Blue, along with her technical team headed by auditory neuroscientist Seth Horowitz, discovered that it is a living, constantly fluxing iron organism: a living thing with its own song, derive...
Keywords: Eiffel Tower; Tour Eiffel; Seth Horowitz; NeuroPop, CD Baby